Adult Swim’s Squidbillies is coming with its final season on 7 November. The show will have 10 brand new episodes featuring two new episodes each week starting at midnight (ET/PT).
Squidbillies is a quarter-hour animated comedy series that follows the Cuyler Family, America’s favorite rural hell-raising cephalopods who call the mountains of fictional Dougal County, Georgia their home.
The show first premiered on Adult Swim in 2005 and is one of the longest-running animated shows on the network today.
“Squidbillies, the show you love to overlook, is back for a 13th and final season. Join Early, Rusty, and Granny Cuyler for 10 brand new episodes of jackwoods backassery. Sorry – backwoods jackassery,” Adultswim said in an official statement.
The new season features all-new covers of the show’s opening theme song performed by Willie Nelson, Amanda Shires, Sturgill Simpson, and more.
According to the statement, the search for a new ‘Early Cuyler’ has been underway with numerous voice auditions held, in addition to new cover artists. We will soon find out the chosen one. Earlier, Stuart D. Baker voiced ‘Early Cuyler’ who will be replaced.
The show is written and produced by Dave Willis, Jim Fortier, and Alan Steadman.
During this year’s global virtual Adult Swim Festival, 12-13 November, you can head back to Blue Ridge Mountains for the Squidbillies panel featuring series creators and cast as they reflect on memorable squid moments and celebrate the final season.
Fans can stream the event exclusively on the Adult Swim YouTube channel. Previous seasons of Squidbillies are available on HBO Max.